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Regulated Deer Hunting


Published 1930


Silent with title cards. A look at Pisgah National Forest and their attempts to control deer overpopulation. Trapping and hunting.

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Producer U. S. Forest Service
Audio/Visual silent, b&w

Reviews

Reviewer: Spuzz - - July 18, 2015
Subject: Deer dear, blam.
Interesting film that tells how the Pisgah National Forest in North Carolina is controlling the deer population, either through transporting deer to other places, kidnapping foals, feeding them by hand, and then setting them free (kinda bizarre, but ok) or of course, by hunting! The hunting season is surprisingly quite regulated there, rules upon rules upon more rules! I guess they needed them for the type of location, but I don't know. Quite interesting.
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